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Click 64-year-old 46XX phenotypic male patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Pre-contrast axial CT images of the abdomen and pelvis at 5mm collimation showed a large right adrenal tumor mass, bilateral adrenal hyperplasia, presence of a uterus and presence of a prostate gland with internal calcifications.
(CT protocol: Voltage: 120kV; Current: modulated, 120-214mA; Slice thickness: 5mm; Scanner: General Electric Lightspeed 16 CT)

Click 64-year-old 46XX phenotypic male patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Post-contrast portovenous phase (75 seconds) axial CT images of the abdomen and pelvis at 5mm collimation showed a large right adrenal tumor mass with marked contrast enhancement, bilateral adrenal hyperplasia, presence of a uterus mildly distended with hypodense fluid, barely visualised bilateral small ovaries, presence of a prostate gland with internal calcifications and visible zonal differential enhancement, small phallus for a male and empty ``scrotum``.
(CT protocol: Voltage: 120kV; Current: modulated, 120-214mA; Slice thickness: 5mm; Scanner: General Electric Lightspeed 16 CT; Intravenous contrast: 90mL Omnipaque 300 given at 2mL/second)

Click 64-year-old 46XX phenotypic male patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Post-contrast 15-minute delayed phase axial CT images of the adrenals at 5mm collimation showed a large right adrenal tumor mass with small internal focus of enhancement and bilateral adrenal hyperplasia.
(CT protocol: Voltage: 120kV; Current: modulated, 120-214mA; Slice thickness: 5mm; Scanner: General Electric Lightspeed 16 CT; Intravenous contrast: 90mL Omnipaque 300 given at 2mL/second)

Click 64-year-old 46XX phenotypic male patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Post-contrast portovenous phase (75 seconds) coronal CT images of the pelvis at 2.5mm collimation showed presence of a uterus mildly distended with hypodense fluid, presence of a prostate gland with internal calcifications and visible zonal differential enhancement, small phallus for a male and empty ``scrotum``. The corpora cavernosa are the two enhancing structures side by side at the dorsal aspect of the phallus. The corpus spongiosum appeared elongated vertically compared with what is expected of a normal penis. The vertically oriented slit-like enhancing structure within the corpus spongiosum represents the urogenital sinus or reconstructed urethra.
(CT protocol: Voltage: 120kV; Current: modulated, 120-214mA; Slice thickness: 5mm; Scanner: General Electric Lightspeed 16 CT; Intravenous contrast: 90mL Omnipaque 300 given at 2mL/second)

Click 64-year-old 46XX phenotypic male patient with congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Post-contrast portovenous phase (75 seconds) sagittal CT images of the pelvis at 2.5mm collimation showed presence of a uterus mildly distended with hypodense fluid, presence of a prostate gland with internal calcifications and visible zonal differential enhancement, small phallus for a male and empty ``scrotum``.
(CT protocol: Voltage: 120kV; Current: modulated, 120-214mA; Slice thickness: 5mm; Scanner: General Electric Lightspeed 16 CT; Intravenous contrast: 90mL Omnipaque 300 given at 2mL/second)